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rXLE AKGUS, TUESDAY, ' JANUAUY 20, 1903
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chure Which Tells Why
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TONIC FOR THE WEAK
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Val Blata Brewing. Co , Milwaukee
BEARDSLKY & BAILKY, Wholesale
Dealers,2l7 Eighteenth St. Phone 1135
THH TB&TELEBH' ODIDB.
CHICAGO. RjCK ISLAND
A Pacific RaUway Tickets
can be - purchased at City
Ticket office. 1813 second ave
nue, cr C , R L 4 P. depot
Fifth avenue foot of Thirty-
Peoria branch depot, foot of
uleth street. Frank H. Plummer, C. P. A.
Golden Sime Lmltcd
Denver Limited & Omaba-.
TV. Worth, Denver & K. C
Davenport ft Chicago ...-..
tOmaba A Minneapolis....
Colorado & Omaha
Des Moines & Omaba
Denver, Lincoln A Omaba.
Des Moines Express
St. Paul & Minneapolis....
Denver, Ft. Worth A K. C.
t flock Island A Washington
Chicago A Des Moir.es
Rock Island A Brooklyn Ac
Omaha Rock Island
El Paso A, San Francisco. .
Cedar R.pids, Tipton
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t 3:45 am
t 5:20 am
t 5:40 am
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t 1:25 pm
t 2:15 pm
t 60 pm
t 7:00 pm
t 0:55 pm
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ROCK ISLAND AND PEORIA DIVISION .
Trains leave Twentieth street station. Main
ne trains start from main depot on Fifth
avenue 5 minutes In advance of time given.
Peoria. Springfield. St. I.
Peoria. Springfield, Indian
apolis. Cincinnati. HI oom
tngton, St. Loulfl
Peoria, Indianapolis, Cln
Cable A Sberrard ccom.
Cable & Sherrard Accom.1
8:10 am 9.40 pm
1:45 pm J5:55 pm
9::0 am J4:55 pm
J3:30 pm JJ:20 pm
jS: 46 am
day. Phone West 1003.
Dafly. except Sun
West 1138, West 1423.
HICAGO, BURLINGTON &
Ouincv Depot Second
avenue and Twentieth street.
3Gb.- , S XT T vnrWR A irort
J'.fr,;.. . i ... - ,
U FRANK A. HART
Passb-enger A gent.
St. Louis. Sprlnetleld
6aleburg, Peoria and
Sterling. Mendota and
Peoria, Beardstown, Bur
lington, Denver aco
St. Louis. Kansas City.
Denver and Pacific!
Bterllng and points In
termediate ." I
Dubuque, Clinton. La
Crosse, t, Paul, Minn.
and N. W.. I
Clinton, Dubuque, and.
LaCrose 7:00 am.
Clinton and Intermediate! 870 an I
" 6 3'. ate
1 12:11 pm
87:40 pm' 6:25 am
a Stop at Rock Island 25 minute for meals.
DaUy. tDaUy except Sunday.
J A St. Paul Railway. D.,
R. I. A N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of seventeenth
street. George W. Wood,
agent. Tbe trains for Du
buque and points north run
via Illinois side of river.
Trains for Freeport and Milwaukee will run
via Davenport, Clinton and Savanna.
AU trains will connect at Savanna for points
east and west.
had started a blaze which
put out by the department.
.seven little school friends of Miss
Margaret Pencil Fiirprised ber Satur
day afternoon and presented her with
a gold bracelet in honor of the occa
sion. The afternoon was delightfully
spent and those present were: Fran
ces Mullane, Fannie O'lXmnell, Mar
garet Fleming, Lizzie Mullane, Laoma
McGrath, Nellie Reuth and Lizzie Ben-
Mrs. Jul Ihomas has arrived from
Chicago for a visit with friends. Mrs.
Ihomas has been visiting her mother,
Mrs. Morehouse, for a week.
I he lienney Buggy company has
been- incorporated with a - capital
stock of $200,000, and headquarters in
this city, lhe incorporators are Y. G.
Allen, C. R. Stephens and P. M.' Price,
all of the Moline Plow company. The
Henney company is located at Free
port, and the output is now controlled
by the Moline concern. The incor
poration of the new company is an
other move to permit the transfer of
the affairs of the buggv concern to
the new organization. The Henney
plant is at Freeport and the location
will not be chan ecu.
1 lie I hristian Scientists of this city
who formed a society here about a
year ago and who have been holding
Sunday services and Wednesday even
ing meetings in the Unitarian church,
corner of Sixteenth street and Sixth
avenue, nave now completed a regu
lar church organization with the fol
lowing officers: First Header, Mrs.
Stella II. Towndrow; second reader.
John: M. Mason; trustees, IS. R. Town
drow, Y. .1. P.Iadle, Edward K. Erick-
son, Mrs. Alice (.'. Walker and Mrs.
Tillie K. Bladle. Directors. Mrs. Min
nie Bell Ei-. Mrs. Anna L. Dimock,
Mrs. II. A. Barnard, Mrs. John M. Ma
son, and .Mrs. .John O. lliniiiiison.
lhe recent consolidated observato
ries or the -ortn star Benefit associ
ation Moline observatory No. l'and
iianner ooservaiorv ao. jo. will nave
in installation of officers and enter
tainment at Industrial hall auditori
um at 8 this evening. Quite a number
of neat invitations have been sent out.
and a large, attendance is expected.
A feature of the affair will be the pre
sentation of "In Old New Hampshire.
eccntly presented m fine shape at
the Wagner bv the Standard Dramat
ic company, consisting of local peo
ple, i ne same people w in appear on
this occasion. They include C. D.
Waters. C. W. Sandstrom. I.. A. Vin-
ion. tianer itriuin, i-. . Anderson.
Wellington Wood. Charles Clasped.
Cleone Sandstrom. Mrs. fiertrude
Weidlein and Mrs. Charles Claspell.
Mrs. C. M. Hartwell, of Kdgewood
Park, met with a very painful neci
dent Sunday evening. .In crossing the
hall to the dinnig room at lunch time
she slipped on a rug and fell, sprain
ing the bones in her left leg, and
causing a slight dislocation of the hip
joint. While not a serious accident.
at- her advanced age, 78 years, it will
take time for it to heal.
Fast Moline held . its first village
election Saturday afternoon when the
first and original fathers of the new
incorporation were chosen. There was
iiq opposition to the ticket nominated
and it carried by unanimous vote of
32. The trustees elected were Andrew
Mills, Frank Palmer, Ben Houk, Thom
as (iorman, August DeSchipper, A. K.
ISergholtz. One of the first matters
to be considered by the board will be
the consideration of a probable peti
tion by the interurban street car peo
ple for permission to use the street
where it. is" desired to cross the Kock
Island road's tracks along the route
at present outlined. It is held that
thd trustees may take action that will
force tlie road to grant the privilege
to the street car people just as the
city of Moline did in granting the
right to cross Twenty-third street.
The newly elected officers have no au
thority until after the spring election.
TIPS TO TRAVELERS
One hundred milea
shortest ' to
Queen & Crescent fast line to Bir
mingham and New Orleans. Two fast
Only through car line to Asheville,
N. C, Queen & Crescent route and
Queen & Crescent service Cincin
nati to Atlanta and Jacksonville, the
best in the country.
Hofaieseekers excursions the first
and third Tuesdays to points in Min
nesota, Iowa, Nebraska and Dakota
via the C, M. & St. P. railway.
In the coming judicial election M'
me will have a candidate for the dig
nified honor of a seat on the circuit
bench, the position in which Judire
est of Hock Island is the present in
cumbent. The candidate upon whom
Moline sentiment has centered and
who will shortly be announced as a
candidate, is George W. Wood, of the
firm of Wood & Peek.
TRAINS- LEAVS ARBIVxZ
Dubuque.a&d St. Paul Pas-
senger 1! 50 am
Accommodation... 10:10 am 12:16 poo
Dubuque and bt. Paul Pas
senger 3 3) pm
Milwaukee Express 7:00 am 8 4 pm
Freeport Fxpress 3:45 pm 1 1:40 am
All trains dally except Sunday
Passengers for points beyond Savanna will
make connections leaving at 7 a m. and ar
riving at 8.47 p. m. via Iowa side of the river.
"?! ve axed your valuable f'AHVA
svl f ami find them :rtect. Couldn't do
without them. I have used thom for some time
lor indigestion snu biliousness and um nov com
pletely cured. Recommend them, tnwnnnp.
Once tried, you will never be without them in
me iimuy." tuw. a. mak.v. AlDuny. N. Y.
TfPZFvS BEST FOR
f THE BOWELS
. NjCANDY CATHARTIC r
Pliin. rnl.-itaMr, Pnftnt. - Taato Ofvvl. JV
Good, Never Sicken. Weaken or Oripe Iflr, Jc, 50c.
Btrrllmr V.rmry rwr, fliica-a, N.alml, rw Ttrt, 321
Mfl-Tfl.RlP "' eunranted bv all drug.
KU'IU'BAW KUU toCtKK Tobacco Habit.
ELYS CRM 6AL1
AT ONCE. It
and heals the dis
eased membrane. COLD HEAD
It. cures Catarrh
and drives away a Cold in the
Head quickly. It is absorbed. Heal3
and Protects the Membrane. Re
stores the Senses of Taste and Smell.
Fnll size 50c, at druggists or by mail.
Trial size 10c, by mail.
56 Warren street, New York.
R. K. Swan departed Saturday even
ing for St. Marks. Fla., where he spent
considerable portion of last winter.
invitaiions are out lor the huh an
nual coon masquerade to be given un
der the auspices of Moline Iodre. No.
I. O. O. F.. at Industrial Home
hall Friday evening, Feb. 6. The com
mittee in charge, consists of J. E.
Mitchell. A. 15. Williams. Henry Lan.
O. F. Pruessing, C. E. Nelson. John Q.
Hawk, Frank Soltenberg. R. N. Crane,
Knute A. Choate, Henry Swim. George
IJegenberg. FreedV orchestra will
furnish the music. Prizes- will be
awarded for the finest costumes
among both ladies and gentlemen and
ijorj the best cakewalkers. Only
those in full costume will be allowed
on the dancing floor till after the
The lyric opera Princess Bonnie will
he presented at the Wagner opera
house Friday evening. Jan. 150, and
Saturday afternoon, Jan. ,11. The
high school chorus of fifty voices un
der the direction of Miss Wiard will
present lhe ocra. ,j he proceeds-
will be devoted to the interests of the
high school gymnasium.
Cheap llomrn In Texas and Arkansas.
Along the Cotton Belt Route land
that can be bought for $'J.OO and $r.00
am acre and up cut-over limoer
ground that makes good grazing la ml
furnishing range ten or eleven months
f the year, farming land for corn
wheat, oats, cotton some of it pec
uliarly adapted to quick growth and
early maturiiy oi irinisi aim vegeia-
liles, such as peaches, jiears, plums
strawberries, tomatoes, potatoes, on
ions, cabbaire. melons finding good
markets in-the mirth at fancy prices
on account oi excellence or quaniy
and earlier maturity than in other
sections. An ideal place for the man
of small means cheap fuel, cheap
building material, long growing sea
sons, short, mild winters a land of
sunshine and plenty. Ix-t us send you
literature descriptive of this country
"Homes in the. Southwest, "Glimp
ses of isomnenst .Missouri. .vrKansas
and X. W. Iyouisiana." "Through Tex
ts with a Camera." "Fortunes in
Growing- Fruit and Vegetables, 1'he
Diversier," a fruit and truck growers
On first and third 1 uesdays of each
month the Cotton Belt Route will sell
one-way tickets from St. Louis.
Thebes, Cairo and Memphis;, to points
. .. . ... , rt, a
in ArK.'ilisiis, Louisiana nni lexas, ai
half the one-way rate Plus ?J.00, or
round trip tickets at one fare, for the
round trip plus $2.00, allowing stop
over going, and 21 days return limit
For full information, address
E. W. La BEAU. ME.
G. P. iv T. A., St. Louis, Mo.
The property on Third avenue be
tween Seventeenth and Eighteenth
streets, and occupied by Clans Gyllen-
beck, the cabinetmaker, has been sold
by J. D. Cad.y and Mrs. C. P. Skinner
to V. II. Deere. The ground has a
frontage of 85 feet and brought $4,-
0OO. It is not known what use Mr.
Deere intends) to make of his pur
Harry Huntoon. of the class of 1001,
of the Moline high -school has been
elected president of his class at the
University of Illinois. Harry is one
of -the most opular boys of the class
and besides making the university
eleven two years, was selected 03-
some of the all-western eleven.
The Secret of Lone Life
Consists in keeping all the main or
gans of the pony in neanny, regular
action, and in quickly destroying
deadly disease germs. Electric Bit
ters regulate stomach, liver and kid
neys, purify the dioou anu give a
snlendid appetite. I hey work won
ders in curing kidney troubles, female
complaints, nervous diseases, consti
pation, dyspepsia and malaria. Vig
orous health and strength always fol
low their use. Only 50 cents; guaran
teed by Hartz & Ullemeyer, drug
For Over sixty Tears
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething.' It
soothes the child, softens the gums.
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
The ministerial union met at- 2:30
yesterday afternoon at the First Bap
tist church and was addressed by Rev.
George R. Cairns on "City Mission
Work in London,." A discussion of the
local option bill now,lefore the state
legislature also took up a good part
of the attention of the ministers.
The fire alarm' Sunday was a call to
the Lewis Roofing company's plant on
Second street, where some of the in
flammable, materials of the factory
The crowned heads of every nation.
The rich men, poor men and misers
All join in paying tribute to
DeWitfs Little Early Risers.
II. Williams, San Antonio-, Texas,
writes: "Little Early Risers are the
best I ever used in my family. I un
hesitatingly recommend them to ev
erybody. They cure constipation,
biliousness, sick headache, torpid liv
er, jaundice, malaria, and all other
Harper House pharmacy; A. J.
Reiss drug store, corner Seventh ave
nue and Twenty-seventh street.
Ladies, if you want a refined and
brilliant complexion, free from blem
ishes; rosy cheeks, bright eves, take
Rocky Mountain Tea. Never fails.. 35
cents. T. II. Thomas pharmacy.
1. IMWfi ertaltialu,
bMdm. all akin 41mm. Brlkvas
1 111 .X I
". alean. Huh. t,
i, acaid bd. pimpm, II
Ikwt anhti, hams. 11 I I v
uJlotr.y OiL, f hilada. I
It was almost a miracle. Burdock
Blood Bitters cured me of a terrible
breaking out all over the body. I am
ery grateful." Miss Julia Filbridge,
West CornweH, Conn.
Today an order was issued by Gov.
Cummins instructing Sheriff M e Ar
thur, - of this city, to interfere and
prevent the prize light that was to
have taken place this evening between
Hayes Muhs, of Dnrant, and Joe Flah
erty, of Lowell, Mass. The tip was
given the fighters'and the tournament
was accordingly called fT.
Dr. J. W. Weddell, pastor of Cal
vary Baptist church, read his resig
nation to his congregation, the same
to take effect Jan. 31. Dr. Weddell,
who has been in this city five years,
has received a call to the pulpit of
the Mount Auburn Baptist church at
The chief of the' fire department or
dered fire escapes upon the glucose
factory some time ago, and, in ac
cordance with his order, six of these
life-saving devices have been install
ed. These are attached to the eleva
tors, the starch department, the dry
house, the oil department, the bone
black department- and the main build
ing. The work is not quite completed,
but will lie this week.
At 1:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon,
at the home of the parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Leinburg, 1131 Washing
ton street, occurred the death of Ed
wad. the 2-year-oId son of the
family. A daughter survives to con
sole the parents for the loss of the
Mrs. James Mclntyre and her
daughter, Mrss Morris, now of Denver,
are guests of Davenport relatives and
friends. This city was their home for
a long time up to about a year ago.
S o'clock, at
Tomorrow evening at
the home of the bride's
and Mrs. J. P. Paulsen, of 705 Main
street, will occur the marriage of Ed
Sievers, of Everett. Wash., a former
Davenportcr who is now holding a
prominent position with the Seiffert
Wiese Lumber company, of Everett,
Wash., and Miss Adelia Paulsen. The
marriage promises to he a happy
as it is a love match between
minently worthy young people.
Davenport lodge, of the Peoples Fra
ternal Union, has been organized here,
with 50 members. Supreme President
A. L. Morean and Deputy W. L. Van
Meter, of Clinton, acted in the insti
tution ceremonies. The officers were
elected as follows: President. J. P.
Ewaldt; past president. Catherine
Betz; vice president. Mrs. C. Mos.:
secretary, E. Iorraine: treasurer. C.
X. Krebs; marshal, Mrs. .1. Kciter;
chaplain. Mrs. C. A. Steckel: guard.
Mrs. .1. B. Ewaldt: sentinel. C. Moss;
trustees', Joseph Williams. Mrs. A.
Fritz and F. Fassler; examiner. Dr. .1.
A Most Delicious Dessert
Shredded WJiolc Wheat Biscuit is mndc in the most hygienic and scientific food
laboratory in the world. The wheat is spun into light shreds, containing thousands
of open pores and is not crushed flat and dense as in the case of other foods. These
pores absorb the digestive juices and provide far greater surface for their action
The following simple "course before coffee" is much in I inan is given
vogue witn ciud men everywhere. The simplicity of prep
aration and the little cost, together wiih the delicious taste
of the compotes makes this dessert in rare favor in the home.
Use the Preserves you have in the house end. .
vaanii- aa jaa mux vjuhb. i mti" aatr uaam
Split and slightly
toast the Biscuit,
then servs w i:h
jam or preserved
berries or pltnr:3
cr jeliies. Simple,
isn't it? Your ver
dict will be
For Shortcake Wllh shrrp knifo fca've the SHREDDED 7KOI.2 WKKAT IMSCr
lenirtniviNc; riin- inncuiilc us for sauoo or Inuiamis or mix.-ri frunl iinl set a-iit!o
v hen serwnf, arr:injr-. hulvts in layers covered with iruit audada su-ar und whipped cream.
SHREDDED WHOLE WHEAT BISCUIT Is soW ty aU grocers.
Send for "The Vital Question" (Recipes, illustrated in colors). Address
THE NATURAL, FOOD CO., Niagara Tails, N. Y.
s t-tr A L
Word has been received of the death
of John C. Kinkend. which occurred
at f):30 p. m. Jan. 10, l'.)3. at his home
in Wichita. Kans. He had been in
failing health for some time from
heart trouble, but was seriously ill
only two weeks. The deceased was
son of lhe. late t harles 1-.. and .lane.
Kinkead, and was born March 12
ISI2, at Yellow Springs, Blair county.
Pa. He came to Davenport with his
parents in 1S.11. He leaves to mourn
his loss a wife, one daughter, and
two sisters, Mrs. D. J. Steiner. of
Sioux City, and Mrs. Samuel Thomas,
living near Davenport.
Dr. Home's Treatments Cvire Chronic acrid
Nervois Diseases of Men aurd Women.
I can cure you as 1 have cured many, with electricity, combined with Bio-Cheinic remedies. 1 can make your
stagnated blood circulate properly quiet your overworked, and build up your exhausted nerves and
make them tingle with new life bring sleep to your weary eyes instil new vitality and energy
into your exhausted system and make the different organs perform llieir proper functions.
Electricity is the vital principle of the human body and in combination with the proper medicines will
cure many cases which cannot be touched by medicine alone. If your disease is complicated and obscure,
the wonderful X-Kay will aid in making a sure diagnosis.
If yon suffer from any Chronic or Nervous Disease you should consult a successful SPECIALIST and
get the best t reat ment. 1 have demonstrated the success of my methods and have in my office many
testimonials from your townspeople as to the value of my treatment.
A SAFE AND POSITIVE CURE is what you want anil what 1 guarantee to give every patient. If I could
not cure or greatly benefit 1 would refuse to treat you.
My fees are moderate and no more than you would be willing to pay for a CEUTAIX AND POSITIVE
The members of the Eastern Iowa
Poultry & Pet Stock association held
their annual meeting at the Osborn-
Skelley t-ompanv's) office. 32'i West
Third street, and elected the follow
ing officers for the ensuing year
President, Henry Kegennitter; vice
president. Charles F. Preston; treas
urer, Severin Hartmann; correspond
ing secretary. H. A. Skelley; record
ing secretary. William Denkmann
superintendent. John Paustian.
To Core a Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's si
nature is on each box. 25 cents.
news all the time The
Educate- Ton Bowels With Oasearets.
Csndv Cstsrtte. cure constlostton forever.
t0s,a&v. (- -C fall. dniBKisu refund money.
TO MANY POINTS IX
Big Four Route
TUESDAY, JAN. 6, AND THE FIRST
AND THIRD TUESDAY OF EACH
MONTH TO AND INCLUDING
Oae Way Second-class Colonist Tickets
at very low ratas from all Big Four points.
For full information and particu
lars as to rates,-tickets, limits, etc.,
call on agents Big Four Route, or
address the undersigned.
WARREN J. LYNCH",
Gen'l Tass. & Ticket Agt.
W. P. DEPPE,
Asst. O. P. & T. Agt.
ALLEN M. NYE, T. T. Peoria, 111.
I READ THIS:
lie furthermore agrees that if the patient is not com
nletelv cured to return the money paid without any
quibbling or evasion. It has always been the principle of his life never to keep
a fee unless the patient was cured.
NEKYOUSXEStf, Weak Stomach. Constipation. Headache.
Poor Circulation, Cold Extremities. Xumb-
ness, PARALYSIS, Locomotar Ataxia. Spots filiating before the eyes and Epilepsey can he cured oy my
treatment of Electricity combined with the proper vegetable remedies. Electricity is the life of the ner
vous system and is indispensable in the treatment of any troubles of a nervous nature.
Have you palpitation of the heart. Shortness of Breath. Throat or Bronchial Troubles? My treatment
will cure you. Do not be discouraged until you have seen me.
RHEUMATISM. Neuralgia, Inline Back. Lumbago and Sciatica can be cured by my combined treatment.
Electricity is a very potent factor in the cure of these diseases, and combined with tdhcr methods will
cure any case.
EXLARGED Glands of the Neck, Tumors, etc., cured by my new not hod of direct application of the
CANCER. Consumption. Lupus. Tuberculosis, diseases of joints and skin diseases can be cured without
cutting, injection or caustics by the X-Ray treatment, which is entirely painless and the latest- advance
ment of medical science in the treatment of those heretofore incurable diseases. 1 am prepared to treat
and cure in these cases.
NERVOUS DEIS I LITY. Varicocele, Hydrocele, Blood Poison. Kidney and Bladder Diseases; General
Weakness, can be cured by my improved combined treatment of Electricity and local remedies applied di
rectlv to the seat of the disease.
Dr. Home's Bio-CHemic Treatment and :
Free X-ROay Examination.
I Office Mitchell & Lynde Building, Fourth Floor. Take Elevator.
t Rooms 49, 50 and 51.
t Office Hours, 9 a.m. to 5p.m. Evenings 7 to 8p.m. Sunday 9 to!2a.m
Estate of Lucy R. Curtis, deceased.
The underalened bavin? been appointed ad
mlnlstrator of tbe estate of Lucy K. Curtis,
late of the count? of Rock Island, state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby plvea notice
tnat be will appear before be county court
of Kock Is' arid county at the courty court
room. In the city of Rock Island, at the March
nrooikte term. on the first Monday in March next.
at wmcn time au persons d.vidkui.iu.. hkdhui
sal 3 estate are notitied and requested to at-
nd for tbe purpose of caving tne same
AU persons inaeotea to bhu nMig .r.
.asstedto make Immediate payment to tbe
Dated this 2Tth day of December, A. D 1802.
Hccu Cubtis, Adaln strator.
Estate of John W. Lawhead, deceased,
Tbe undersigned baring oecn appointed
executrix of the last will and testament of
John W. Law bead, late of tbe county of Kock
Island, state or Illinois, aeoeasea, nereoj
rives notice that she will appear before
tbe county court of Rock Island county, at
the county court room, in the citr of Rock Isl
and, at tbe March term on tne first Mon
daw in March next, at wmcn time all per
sons baring claims ajrainst said estate are no
tified and requested to attend, for the purpose
of having tbe same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to saia emate ae re-
Quested to make immediate payment to tbe
Dated tola 7tn aayoi jauuarya. u iwu.
SABaaE. Lawbiad, Kxecut lx.
A Well Stocked Cellar is a Joy Forever m:
position to do the
in vinous and
What we sup
We are in
ply in the a;
will delight you anil your guests.
Sample your favorite drink
here and we will certainly get
your order, which we, will fill
promptly and correctly.
SIMON LEWIS. R.ETAIL LIQUOR STORE
Market Stinarc, Corner Seycnteenth Street and Third Avenue.
MONEY. MONEY. MONEY.
We advance liberal amounts on all articles of value". We also have
lonie great bargains in unredeemed goods. Greater New York Loan Bank,
320 Twentieth street. 'Phone 663 brown-